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Ziwi Peak Dog Tripe & Lamb Recipe Air-Dried Dog Food, 2.2-lb

Ziwi Peak Dog Tripe & Lamb Recipe Air-Dried Dog Food, 2.2-lb

$50.49
SKU: 1011177
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Ballard, 5314 15th Avenue NW

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This gently air-dried dog food includes 35% green tripe, an ingredient that is a natural source of vitamins, minerals, and probiotics, is highly palatable and helps promote a healthy digestive system. The New Zealand farm-raised lamb is sourced without added hormones, antibiotics, and growth promotants, and the added New Zealand green mussel helps support hip and joint health.

  • Sourced from ethical and sustainable New Zealand farms with no added hormones, growth promotants or antibiotics.
  • 96% meat, organs, and New Zealand green mussel.
  • Inclusion of New Zealand green mussels promotes joint support.
  • Inclusion of lamb tripe is a natural source of enzymes and probiotics for digestive support.
  • Can be served as a topper or a complete meal.
  • Single-ingredient protein source. 
  • High-protein, low-carb formula. 
  • Gently air-dried dog food for better digestibility.
  • Free-range, grass-fed lamb.
  • Appropriate for All Life Stages
  • Primary protein: Lamb
Lamb Tripe, Lamb, Lamb Liver*, Lamb Heart*, Lamb Kidney*, Lamb Lung*, Lamb Bone, New Zealand Green Mussel, Inulin from Chicory, Dried Kelp, Sea Salt, Parsley, Minerals (Potassium Bicarbonate, Zinc Amino Acid Complex, Copper Amino Acid Complex, Selenium Yeast, Manganese Amino Acid Complex), Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Vitamin B1 Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid). Naturally preserved with mixed tocopherols. *Depending on seasonal availability will be temporarily substituted with sheep.